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301 Possible Causes for Optic Disc Pallor, Retinitis Pigmentosa

  • Night Blindness

    disc pallor.[] Abstract Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) is a form of inherited night blindness.[] Certain retinal lesions, which may be part of retinitis pigmentosa may need investigation and treatment as well.[]

  • Optic Atrophy

    CONCLUSIONS: Deeply buried ODD may be associated with NAION causing irreversible visual loss and optic disc pallor, a condition easily mistaken for atypical ON.[] Congenital: Tay-Sachs, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Leber’s optic neuropathy, Friedreich’s ataxia.[] Retinal artery occlusion, myopia and retinitis pigmentosa may cause consecutive optic atrophy, which is characterized by a pale waxy disk with shrunken arteries but no change[]

  • Jalili Syndrome

    Affected individuals commonly suffer from photophobia, nystagmus, achromatopsia, night vision difficulties, optic disc pallor, narrow vessels, macular atrophy with pigment[] The retinal appearance can be similar to a relatively common condition known as retinitis pigmentosa. The teeth are discolored and abnormally shaped.[] Other symptoms affecting vision may include night vision difficulties; optic disc pallor; narrow vessels; macular atrophy with pigment mottling; peripheral deep white dot[]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa

    Both eyes had optic disc pallor, arteriolar attenuation, and peripheral bony spicules suggestive of the triad of retinitis pigmentosa.[] What is Retinitis Pigmentosa? Retinitis Pigmentosa is the name given to a hereditary disease of the retina in the eye.[] Funduscopic examination revealed a typical appearance of advanced RP with optic disc pallor, narrowed retinal vessels, bone-spicule like pigmentary changes in the mid-periphery[]

  • Glaucoma

    disc pallor in humans. 1 - 5 Current pathophysiologic concepts of early glaucoma are based primarily on experimentally induced elevations of ocular pressure in laboratory[] Ferreira PA : Insights into X-linked retinitis pigmentosa type 3, allied diseases and underlying pathomechanisms. Hum Mol Genet 2005; 14 Spec No.2 : R259–R267. 23.[] Ophthalmological examination revealed 0.15 Snellen visual acuity, and fundoscopy revealed nearly total cupping and pallor of the optic disc and multiple retinal hemorrhagic[]

  • Optic Disc Drusen

    Deeply buried ODD may be associated with NAION causing irreversible visual loss and optic disc pallor, a condition easily mistaken for atypical ON.[] The posterior microphthalmos, retinitis pigmentosa and optic disc drusen syndrome was described for the first time in literature in 1991.[] To describe the clinical and genetic characteristics of a new ophthalmic syndrome, which consists of posterior microphthalmos, retinitis pigmentosa, foveoschisis, and optic[]

  • Senior Loken Syndrome

    Leber congenital amaurosis is a severe retinal dystrophy leading to blindness during infancy, diffuse atypical pigmentation of the retina, nystagmus, and optic disc pallor[] Autosomal recessive retinitis pigmentosa (arRP) is a clinically and genetically heterogeneous retinal disease that causes blindness.[] Bone spicule pigmentation can be seen in the periphery, the retinal vessels are attenuated, the ERG is undetectable, and there may be temporal pallor of the optic discs.[]

  • Goldmann-Favre Syndrome

    disc pallor.[] […] degeneration (CPRD), and retinitis pigmentosa (RP) "[] […] of the optic disc and attenuation of the retinal vessels.[]

  • Cockayne Syndrome

    Ocular examination showed hazy cornea, stromal opacities, optic disc pallor, and subpolar cataract.[] […] without the typical spicules seen in retinitis pigmentosa.[] pigmentosa bones show thinning, the back becomes curved and there will be joint contractures (stiffness of the joint that prevents its full extension) sensitivity to the[]

  • Usher Syndrome

    Fundus examination showed waxy pallor optic disc, arteriolar attenuation and bony spicule pigmentation both eyes.[] PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine cone photoreceptor structure in retinitis pigmentosa (RP) and Usher syndrome using confocal and nonconfocal split-detector[] Here we describe a syndrome in five brothers with the distinctive presentation of late-onset progressive hearing loss, cataracts, retinitis pigmentosa, sperm motility and[]

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